Questions tagged [android-things]

Android Things is an operating system for the Internet of Things based on the mobile OS of the same name. It supports common peripherials like GPIO, SPI and I²C with a single headed or headless app. Only the Raspberry Pi 3 can run Android Things.

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How can I get audio (ultrasonic Nearby API) working with Android Things?

I'm trying out Android Things on my Raspberry Pi 3, and besides a little bit of a learning curve around the adb utility, things are going well. However, it doesn't seem like audio is working at all. ...
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TCP Communication with Android via wifi

I will be creating an Android app to control the brightness of a LED. For this, I will want the Raspberry Pi and Android Phone to communicate with one another via Wifi. I don't need the RPI3 access ...
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Android Things on Pi 2

I wanted to get started a bit with Android Things with my Pi, but I noticed there is only manuals for the Raspberry Pi 3. Does that mean there is no support for the Raspberry Pi 2? Is there a way to ...
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Raspberry Pi 3 Smartphone LCD

Recently I was trying to connect RPI3 to a smartphone LCD which supporting MIPI DSI interface. I choose Huawei Y320 LCD (800x480) because of its documents availability and of course the price, This is ...
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how to turn a kindle-berry into a real powerful computer?

I'm new to the Raspberry Pi. I'm currently studying programming and think I need a kindle-berry to sit outside and study. I would like a cheap e-ink screen in the end that can run Android Studio/...
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How do I access the Pi's GPIO using Google's Project Brillo/Android Things?

An arstechnica.com article published today outlined Google's latest progress towards their IoT platform, Android Things (formerly Project Brillo). It looks like it supports the Pi 3. Is it possible ...